Don't buy the sound bites and political rhetoric! Vote informed

We, at SWFL Citizens Alliance, hope you will make your decision based on each candidate's position on key issues and their principles and values. Don't be a victim of sound bites and political rhetoric!

May 17, 6:30 p.m., at the Marco Island, Rose Auditorium at the Marco Island History Museum, come meet and hear Senate District 28 candidates Rep. Hudson, Rep. Passidomo and House District 106 candidates Kirkpatrick, Rommel and Smith answer tough questions about the real issues.

All have confirmed they will attend and our moderators will be Naples Daily News' Brent Batten and James Madison Institute's Don Orrico along with a student moderator from Marco Island Academy. MIA will also be providing ushers for this event.

There are many issues to be addressed including the return of local control in k-12 education to improve quality outcomes for our children, Medicaid expansion and Lake Okeechobee water issues. You will have ample opportunity to submit your questions at the forum.

Florida's Budget for 2016-17 is $83 B of your tax money. Please come and then Vote informed!

You can submit questions in advance to Info@SWFLcitizensalliance.com and check out our 25 question Questionnaire and Constitutional survey that has been given to all candidates several months ago. http://floridacitizensalliance.com/liberty/25q-questionnaire-for-florida-legislators/.

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